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Wright State Raiders get ready to host Loyola (Ill.) tonight

Press release & logo courtesy of Wright State athletics


Coming off three road games, the Wright State men’s basketball team will be happy to come home as they will host Horizon League foe  Loyola Friday.  The game starts at 7 pm at the Wright State Nutter Center.

WSU won  in Chicago, 74-70 in overtime at UIC.

Friday, January 27, presented by WDTN-TV

Opponent: Loyola

Game Time: 7 pm

Halftime: Matt McCormick attempts to break world record for one-arm push-ups; Break Sk8

Post-Game: Stick around to watch more of Break Sk8

Specials: Beavercreek Night; 3,000 Black t-shirts; Cancer Awareness as coaches across the country wear tennis shoes and suits; One fan will have a chance to win $10,000

Tickets: $13 – Wright State Nutter Center Box Office;; TicketMaster Outlets; Call 800-745-3000


Don’t miss the Billy Donlon Radio Show Monday night at the Woodman Fricker’s…aired live on WBZI, 100.3 and as well as video on The Horizon League Network.

WSU's court at Nutter Center ( photo)

Wright State loses at North Florida, 69-52


The Wright State men’s basketball team wrapped up play in the Global Sports Shootout Wednesday night, falling at North Florida 69-52.

The Raiders jumped out to an early 6-1 advantage before the Ospreys answered with 10 straight to take the lead for the first time.  An 18-6 run, six coming from both Julius Mays and AJ Pacher, put WSU back in front 28-22 before NFU scored the final six points of the period to tie at 28 heading into halftime.

(courtesy of Wright State athletics)

Both teams shot the ball well in the opening 20 minutes as North Florida made 11 of 20 for 55 percent while Wright State was 12 of 26 for 46 percent, including four of 10 from three-point range.

North Florida went in front to stay by scoring the first seven points of the second half, but WSU only trailed 47-44 following a Mays layup with 9:05 remaining.  The Ospreys, however, followed with nine unanswered and a 16-4 run overall to go up 63-48 with 3:34 to play.

While North Florida hit 17 of 29 shots in the second half for 59 percent, the Raiders struggled, making just eight of 27 attempts for 30 percent.  Overall, the Ospreys shot 57 percent while WSU was at 38 percent.

UNF also led 36-20 in points in the paint and 26-9 in points off of turnovers despite only a 14-12 differential in turnovers.

Mays paced the Raiders for the second straight game as he had 15 points with four assists.  Pacher added 13 points and seven rebounds off the bench, but no other WSU player had more than eight.

Jerron Granberry led North Florida (2-4) with 19 points while Travis Wallace had 11 off the bench.

Wright State (2-3) begins a three-game homestand and will be at the Nutter Center for seven of its next nine.


Game press release courtesy of Wright State athletics

Wright State beats Green Bay in Horizon League tourney; Vikings next up


Wright State’s Raiders led by two points in a close game, but outscored Green Bay 10-2 the rest of the contest, as 6th-seeded WSU defeated the 7th- seeded Phoenix 60-50 in the first round of the Horizon League tournament at the Nutter Center in Fairborn.

WSU got off quick with 8-1 and 14-3 leads but Green Bay came back and went ahead at the half on a Rahmon Fletcher foul shot with three seconds left.

The Raiders played good defense, leading 23-11 in points off turnovers as they forced 18 while committing only 11.

Vaughn Duggins led all scorers with 22 points and added seven rebounds. Armond Battle had a season-high 13 off the bench.

Armond Battle (courtesy of Wright State athletics)

Alec Brown carried Green Bay (14-18) with 15 points

Wright State (19-13) will now take on #3 seeded Cleveland State (25-7), a 73-61 winner over Illinois-Chicago. The second round contest will take place on Friday at 6:00 pm at U.S. Cellular Arena in Milwaukee.


* The win over UIC on February 5, was WSU’s 100th since the start of the Brownell/Donlan era 4-plus years ago, giving them at least an average of 20 wins a year.

* With 10 wins in the Horizon League, WSU clinched its fifth straight season it has recorded double-digit wins in the league.

* The four Wright State seniors have seen the number 100 several times this year in games played. The Southern game was Vaughn Duggins’ 100th game in a Raider uniform. The Cincinnati game was his 100th start. Troy Tabler played in his 100th game at Central Michigan. Cooper Land’s 100th game was at Charlotte. N’Gai Evans played in his 100th game at Green Bay.

* The series is tied 22-22, but Wright State leads 17-5 in the Nutter Center.

* The Green Bay frontline of Alec Brown and Daniel Turner have had freshman seasons among the best in the program history. Brown’s 311 points this season are the most by a Phoenix freshman since Mike Schachtner’s 320 in 2005-06, and his 174 rebounds rank third all-time among freshman while Turner’s 168 boards rank sixth.

* Senior Rahmon Fletcher is winding down one of the best individual careers in Green Bay history. He recently moved into fifth place on the school’s all-time scoring list. He now has 1,674 career points, to pass former teammate Mike Schactner (2006-09).

* Rahmon Fletcher has played in his 128th career game and 123rd career start. The 128th career game is the third-most played by a Green Bay player, behind only Troy Cotton and Terry Evans with 131.

* Fellow Phoenix senior Bryquis Perine played in his 127th career game, which is fourth all-time.

* The 155 career games by Fletcher and Perine are more than any other Green Bay duo that played in the same four-season period and more than any active Horizon League duo.

Detroit beats Raiders in regular season finale, 77-67

Photos courtesy of Detroit athletics

Chris Blake

Eli Homan

Wright State led by five at the halftime break, but Detroit opened the second half with a 17-7 run and outscored the Raiders 50-35 overall to win 77-67 in a Horizon League game that ended the regular season for both teams at the Nutter Center.

Detroit blitzed the nets for 68 percent in the second half, hitting 17 of 25 shots to finish at 56 percent overall while the Raiders ended the game at 44 percent. The Titans outrebounded WSU on the boards 40-21 which led to 16-9 on second-chance points.

Vaughn Duggins led all scorers with 27 points.

Chris Blake led the Titans with 21 points, while Eli Homan posted a double-double of 19 points and 11 rebounds.

The Raiders ended the regular season at 18-13, 10-8, while Detroit ends at 16-15, 10-8.

Info courtesy of Wright State Raiders

Cleveland State edges Wright State, 74-72

The Cleveland State Vikings beat the Wright State Raiders, 74-72 at the Nutter Center in Fairborn, Ohio.

Aaron Pogue lead all five Cleveland State starters in double figures scoring with 18 points, and the Vikings in a Horizon League game.

Aaron Pogue (courtesy of CSU athletics)

The Vikings phenomenal season improves to 23-5, 12-4, while Wright State drops to 17-12, 10-7.

Info courtesy of Wright State athletics

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